"[Audiences at SeaWorld] might see him at rest, because, you see, like all animals, killer whales do rest," says the trainer.
Yes, all animals rest in some way - thanks for that important insight, SeaWorld.
But when orcas get severely stressed from being in captivity, they may end up simply floating, which isn't natural behavior for a wild orca, who's almost always in motion.
And court documents show that you have even given them drugs to calm them down. How's that for rest?
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